July 14, 2000
The Kuwaiti government pledged on Friday to hold back on finalizing a 436-million-dollar deal to buy 48 US Paladin howitzers until it has won parliame
July 13, 2000
Ministers of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will hold an extraordinary meeting in Vienna on July 18, the official Kuwaiti news agen
(AFP, KUWAIT CITY) - OPEC member Kuwait said Wednesday that the cartel could hike oil production by the end of July if prices remained high.
Kuwait announced a $655 million project on July 12 , to boost oil export capacity to three million barrels per day (bpd) by the end of 2003.
July 12, 2000
OPEC member Kuwait said Wednesday that the 11-member cartel could hike oil production by the end of July if prices remained high. "We have to wait unt
Kuwaiti police have arrested 12 stateless Arabs, or bedouns, for burning two government buses in protest at the instigation of legal action against th
OPEC members Kuwait and Venezuela said Wednesday the oil market is stable and there is no need to hike production at present. "We had an agreement at
Speaking to the Kuwaiti <i>Al-Aam</i> newspaper, the country’s oil minister Shaikh Saud Nasser Al Sabah, denied on Friday that any agreement to pump more oil had been struck between Kuwait, Saudi Arab
OPEC members Kuwait and Venezuela said Wednesday the oil market is stable and there is no need to hike production at present.
July 9, 2000
Kuwait announced a 655-million-dollar project on Sunday to boost oil export capacity to three million barrels per day (bpd) by the end of 2003. "The p
Iran will not be an obstacle in prospected negotiations over the demarcation of the maritime borderline crossing the Gulf continental shelf, Kuwait's
A Kuwaiti appeals court on Sunday upheld the death sentence of a former army colonel for treason and collaborating with Iraq after its 1990 invasion o
Principal shareholder SFIC Holdings (Cayman) Inc., has publicly sold 30 million of its common shares of Santa Fe International Corp.
Kuwait's financial surplus is estimated to have reached a post-Gulf War record.
July 7, 2000
The US welcomed the recent agreement signed between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, which delineated their maritime boundary, reported Kuwait News Agency (KU